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Entry into Ferrara of Pope Paul III. (Modena: April, 1543)
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Lettera nuoua de tutte l'entrate feste giostre, comedie, [et] doni per la venuta di Papa Paulo. III. a Ferrara cosa molto bella. (, 1543)
  Page 001  
  Entry Into Modena.
  Page 002  
  Entry Into Ferrara.
Entry Into Reggio.
Procession_by_water
  Page 003  
  Procession Of Luigi d'Este to greet the Pope at the church of San Giorgio.
  Page 004  
  Reception Of the Pope by Luigi d'Este.
Oration Given by Ercole II d'Este.
  Page 005  
  Procession To the cathedral.
  Page 006  
  Triumphal_Arch
Music
  Page 007  
  Fireworks
  Page 008  
  Joust
Ceremony The Duchess of Ferrara and 72 Ferrarese women kiss the Pope's feet.
  Page 009  
  Banquet
Intermezzo Latin comedies, one by Terence, performed by the Duke's children.
  Page 012  
  Music
  Page 013  
  Music
Inscription Interpretation, transcription and translation (from Greek into Italian) of the inscriptions on the church of San Giorgio, the city gates and the triumphal arches.
  Page 015  
  List Of the members of the Pope's party and the noble families with whom they lodged.
  Page 016  
  List The sixteen jousters.
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Festival details

Festival:
Entry into Ferrara of Pope Paul III.

Date:
April, 1543

City:
Modena

Participants:
Paul III (Alessandro Farnese) (1468-1549), Pope
Ercole II d'Este (1508-1559), Duke of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio
Renée of France (1510-1575), m. Ercole II d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, Modena and Reggio

Dynasty:
Este
Book details

Title:
Lettera nuoua de tutte l'entrate feste giostre, comedie, [et] doni per la venuta di Papa Paulo. III. a Ferrara cosa molto bella.

Published:
, 1543

Shelfmark:
811.d.31.(2)

Format:
[16] pp. 4º

References:
Watanabe No. 380

Notes:
Bound with 5 other works. Inscription on title-page
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